/ Tom Mills: "Kings Langley Will Be A Tough Test"
Tom Mills: "Kings Langley Will Be A Tough Test"
“You can’t take any game lightly and we certainly won’t be doing so. Kings Langley are the same level as us in the football pyramid so we will be taking them very seriously but hopefully we will have enough about us to overcome them and progress further in the competition”.
Mills has impressed since joining from National League side Maidstone United in the summer and has been part of a Margate team that has only conceded three goals so far in the Bostik Premier, but the full back believes everyone deserves credit for the formidable defence.
“It’s a team game and I think everyone should take credit for our great start. It is nice as a defender to come away from a game with a clean sheet just like I’m sure it is for a striker when they score a goal, but with James Rogers and Lee Prescott in front of you t makes our jobs a little bit easier as they protect us from the midfield areas”.
The full back admits that having joined the Blues with players that he has played with in the past has helped him settle in, especially with Steve Watt now his Manager.
“I played with the Gaffer at Maidstone and you just knew he would take to management like a duck to water. Obviously a few of us here now enjoyed some very special moments together at Maidstone which helps settle you in but ultimately it is about now trying to recreate some of those special memories for Margate and its fans”.
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Friday, 15 September 2017
By Charlotte Richardson
It was a positive run out all round for Margate FC on Tuesday evening. Securing a place in the next round of the Kent Senior Cup, a convincing performance from the club’s youngsters sealed a 3-1 victory over local rivals Herne Bay.
Thursday, 14 September 2017
Margate successfully progressed to the third round of the Kent Reliance Senior Cup after beating Herne Bay 3-1 at Winch’s field in blustery conditions.
Wednesday, 13 September 2017